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are going to travel this weekend. 34,000 people are expected to fly. aaa says ocean city, bethany, virginia beach are the popular driving destinations for people in our area. >> people are making a rare exception today and -- i should say, the dmv is making rare exceptions and will be opened processing i.d. cards because of a computer glitch. >> this represents an opportunity for folks. well, some virginia drivers and wou would-be drivers are going to have an opportunity although they may not have wanted it. they had their pictures taken on august 25th. some data was recovered but 12,000 to 16,000 photos were not and authorities are still evaluating other photos have tha have been lost. it's sort of like that movie groundhog day where they wake up and every day is the same day over and over again only this real life scenario involves the d dmv. >> although, i think not all of them will be. >> and we want to show you what is going on right now. today, 14 centers will stay opened until 6:00 p.m. that includes locations like alexandria, oakridge and they will be opened from 1 kblk prk m. to 5:
there because they can get knocked down, swept away. >>> tonight in virginia beach, things are calm. but the winds were 40 miles an hour a bit earlier out there. earl skirted just far enough off the shore to offer a small taste of what could come as some folks were braving the waves of the the high winds did a bit of damage. the weekend music festival went on without a switch. >>> a gunman sparked excitement in the lobby and took three people hostage. folks sounding surprisingly calm. >> where are you located? >> there is a hostage discovery building. discovery. there is someone in the building with guns. >> there are people on the floor on the bidding? -- building. >> yes, i can see them. >> five gunshots in the main lobby of one discovery place. silver spring, maryland. five gunshots. >> he may have his arms to his body. >> he has hostages. >> how many? >> we may have three. three hostages in the situation. >> tonight investigators still looking for the car lee may have driven to the scene. >>> well, the washington humane society says its mission is to protect the animals of dc. b
tim kaine stumping for a pro-bush tax cutting candidate. tomorrow in virginia. let's go to man tracking down the storm very closely, former virginia governor george allen. governor, welcome back to the program. good to see you, sir. >> great to be with you, stuart. >> stuart: i'm trying to get to grips with the significance of the chairman of the democrat national committee stumping on the campaign trail with jerry connelly who has come flat out and said let's extend the bush tax cuts for everybody, rich included. i see great significance in that. >> they want numbers because he probably thinks in the event he prevails, he can go along as he has in the past with generally speaking what the democrats wanted and nancy pelosi in the house. some of the democrats, you see it all across virginia and the country going through what they call an extreme makeover. trying to fool smart voters and act as if they don't want tax increases on them. or in the case of southwest virginia, congressman voucher running ads saying he proudly voted against the healthcare bill, because it would be bad
hurricane but as so often happens as it worked in to the northern cooler waters, juror around the virginia knock north carolina border. you may be thinking about what's behind earl right now? the answer not much. we have fiona but it's just a tropical low. when you get the powerful hurricanes coming through tends to churn up cooler water and make agriculture a hard time for storms behind the big storms to get strong. its cooler air on the march. that's what we will notice. breezy conditions. you can see the cool air on the march. 65 cincinnati. that's coming in through the day tomorrow. overnight, 65 partly chady. tomorrow through the day muchl key day. 78, and quite a bit of wind out there through the middle part of the day. shelly tomorrow night 55 on a cool north breeze. we keep the sun around. it'll be pleasant toward monday. >> all right. thank you. looking for something to do? preparations underway in hartford for a great show in the sky. as pete explains it's also for a great caus >> reporter: here at the hartford economy horse center folks are putting on the final touches for a fu
.wusa9.com. a lot of people are enjoy can the labor day holiday weekend. many virginia dmv employees got to work. they will be processing driver's license applications that piled up during the past week when the state's computer system failed. dmv says it has just over 400 employees on duty at all of its customer service locations across the state this weekend, and in this area, alexandria, leesburg, woodbridge will be open tomorrow from 1:00 until 5:00 p.m. and monday from 8:00 until noon. still ahead on 9 news now, no let up on the violence in afghanistan this weekend. we will have an update ton latest attack. >>> and sky -- on the latest attack. >>> and a sky diving plane with tourists on board goes down. we will have details next. >> in new zealand a sky diving plane crashed killing all nine people on board just 90 miles from christchurch. four were tourists from ireland, evening, germany and australia. the pilot and four crew members also died. cause of the crash is under investigation. >>> in afghanistan, three people are dead and nearly a dozen others hurt when a suicide bomber ra
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,000 people will fly. aaa says ocean city, bethany, and virginia beach are the most popular driving destinations for our area. >>> now to the discovery channel standoff investigation. 911 calls give us an idea of what workers saw and heard when a gunman walked into their building and took three hostages. several people tried to give as much information as they could about james lee. jackie benton walks us through the audio recording. >> yes. i'm calling from discovery communications. there's somebody holding a gun inside the main lobby. >> reporter: the calls began coming in to montgomery's 911 center about 1:00 p.m. on wednesday. there was some initial confusion about the specifics but one thing became shockingly clear, there was a man with a gun in the lobby of discovery communications in downtown silver springs. >> was someone shot? >> i didn't see. when i walked by him, he said, nobody move and shot in the air and then i ran. >> he's a white male or a caucasian male. he has something in his backpack. i don't know what it is, ma'am. >> it looks like bomb. >> it looks like a gun.
stayed out in the atlantic today. in virginia and north carolina, leaders are inviting visitors to enjoy a nice weekend, but things are much different to the north. michelle franzen reports. >> reporter: a weakening but still powerful earl churned north and well east of nantucket, but passed with heavy winds and rain. the vacation island received the brunt of the storm. heavy surf and hurricane-force wind gusts lashed the coast. many residents and vacationers out earlier in the day before earl stormed in took cover once the heavy rain bands moved in. in chatham the threat of earl wasn't enough to stop this couple from saying "i do." >> it will always be memorable, that's for sure. it's given us plenty of challenges, but nothing is stopping us. >> reporter: lasting memories of each other and their special day, shared with a hurricane. earl wreaked havoc all along the eastern seaboard, beginning with the north carolina outer banks overnight. the eye of the storm staying far offshore but close enough to bring driving wind and rain to the barrier islands. on new york's long island, powerful
. in our region virginia and west virginia were the worst ranking 33rd and 44th respectively. >>> so these days getting a diploma isn't the only thing seniors have to worry about, college prep, dances, photos. how one family is dealing with the cost of just being a high school senior. >> reporter: single mom brenda brown is bracing for her daughter's senior year, not just the events, excitement and memorable moments but just what all that will cost. >> we just have to talk to her about what we can afford and try to give her a little bit of everything but you can't get everything. we have to pick and choose. >> you grow up really fast, you have to get a job. you have to do all this stuff just to be a senior. >> reporter: for seniors there is so much to choose from and save for. senior pictures, $350 package, graduation fees, the prom, homecoming, s.a.t. fees and prep courses and college application fees. >> homecoming and prom, that is hard to think about going to because you have to pay for them and they are very pricey. >> it came up to $1,700 and that doesn't include the car. >> re
nueva york al dejar lluvias inundaciones y apagones en virginia y carolina del norte dónde pasó. >> como medida de precaución. la cruz roja se mantiene en alerta. >> hemos movilizado voluntarias. albergues estamos monitoreando la situación en toda la costa para en el momento que se necesite ayuda activar esos albergues, activar los voluntarios y tomar acción para ayudar a la gente >> aunque debilitado el fenómeno sigue siendo una amenaza para el área de new inglaterra. por lo que declaró en estado de emergencia a massachusetts para facilitar la distribución de fondos en caso que sea necesario. >> el público debe de continuar en alerta tomar las precauciones necesaria y mantenerse alejados de las carreteras. >> pongan atención a las advertencia que le dicen que salgan, que salgan que no esperen >> de categoría 4 pasó a ser categoría 1. varios residentes hasta se aventuraron para pasear en la playa. >> me da miedo esto. >> yo nací en puerto rico. ya no le tengo miedo. tengo velas, tengo de todo. por si acaso tengo que salir. >> muy bien, la gente se preparó para lo peor pero
an hour, virginia drivers can finally renew their driver's license. a computer glitch kept workers from processing new ones within a week. some have extended hours through this evening. many will also be opened tomorrow and on labor day. find a complete list of ofrss within this area with extended hours. metro is using this long labor day weekend to make safety upgrades. that includes closing five red line stations. crews are making track repairs and upgrading communication access. they will offer free shuttle service between the stations. the repair should wrap up by 1:00 a.m. on tuesday. >>> after a fire forced the art museum to close temporarily, a fire started in the roof where crews were doing welding work for renovationses. no artwork has significant damage. museum officials say all gral r galleries except for the phillips house will be >>> well, we lost a degree since i last saw you. it's now 73 degrees. dewpoints are nice and low so it feels comfortable outside. check out the 60s to our west. today it's all about the sunshine. maybe a bit of a breeze out of the northwest. we'll
earl for over a week. when earl passed through the virgin islands, steve was there. past virginia beach last night, steve was=h there. steve is there. steve, how are the conditions right now? >> reporter: we areóyv' holdingp fine starting to feel those first outer bands. the eye is expected to hit well offshore. we are getting sideways rain and bigger waves. all day it has been a debate in cape cod and nantucket, how hard the storm was going to hit? how much preparation people should take? throughout the day we've seen people on the fence. some deciding to pull their boats out of the harbor others deciding to leave them in. houses and stores boarded. one of the big concerns is trees going down, which could knock electricity out. so far we've seen a number of measure taken, including moving 50 emergency electricity vehicles to this island to make sure they have emergency power should the lies go out here something that has happened in storms passed. james jay a lot of people are there for the -- >> jamie: a lot of people are there for the holiday how has the storm change from the first
, virginia, and virginia beach. and suspended service until this morning between new york and boston. southwest airlines canceled 65 flights. while continental canceled about 60 departures from its hub at newark's liberty airport. and marysol castro is in montauk, new york, with more on the travel angle. mary, good morning to you. >> good morning, dan. good morning, everyone. here at ditch plains, the aftermath. here, there was a lot of debris that washed ashore on the beaches and throughout the city streets. the other issue, of course, was the rough surf. at the height of the storm, 30-mile-per-hour to 40-mile-per-hour wind gusts. and very rough seas. 16-foot seas. this morning, you can still see the seas are angry. a few brave souls out there. but this is much calmer than what we saw overnight. heavy rain drenched long island, as earl pushed northward. massive waves scattering debris along the shoreline. nature's wrath making the roads unsafe. hundreds of vacationers here in montauk are holed up in their hotel rooms, as the driving rain and wind pass through. last-minute emergency
the same for all the way up virginia, maryland, delaware and now watching hurricane earl just south of the cape up in cape cod, new england. let's go on over and show you what's happening. this is earl. now in the last few frames of imagery here it almost looks like earl is trying to move more east of northeast, but these things still wobble a little bit. so it's hard to say if that's going to be something that it decides to do over a long term period and any more movement to the east is a good thing because it will take the core of winds and keep it away from the cape, but they will have a lot of pounding surf up there to deal with, too. in term of its intensity, now this is from the 8:00 observation from the national hurricane center. winds continue to come down now, down to 75 miles per hour just barely a category 1 hurricane and the movement still at present anyway from the national hurricane center is to the northeast and that speed is increasing. that forward speed is increasing up to about 23 miles per hour and it looks like again any of the hurricane force sustained winds sh
, i would get popped in the lips. >> larry: where did you grow up? >> virginia, portsmith, virginia. >> larry: did you want to be a comedian? >> no. i didn't know any comedians. you know -- >> larry: so, how did this all happen? >> i have no idea. >> larry: you woke up on stage? what? >> you know, i -- i went through the steps that you're supposed to go through. i went to school. went to college. and at that time we were living in the maryland/d.c. area. so, you know, what do you do, you get a job for the government. i was working for the government. i was just bored silly. i said, this cannot be my life. you know? and it was just the same thing. i would, you know, go to work and come home. drink some beer. wash my car. i had to clean this car on the block because it was like every day -- out of boredom. >> larry: how do you break into comedy from that? >> one day, i was, like, going through my high school yearbook. i was just looking at what people wrote in my book. it was, you're so funny. you should be on stage. i was always a fan of comedy. i said, you know what, maybe i should.
tim kaine might want to hear what virginia congressman jerry i connolly just told me in this exclusive. >> i've made the economic argument that raising taxes right now, which is effectively what you do when you allow the tax cuts to expire, i think does real damage to a very fragile economic recovery and that's how we ought to look at it. >> stuart: it's a direct split with the president, you and several leading democrats. that's a flat-out split with president obama. >> yes, it is and it's a flat-out split with the democrat leadership in the house of representatives which has steadfastly insisted that these tax rate cuts ought to expire on the upper income bracket. >> stuart: you're in fact running against the leadership of your own party. can you give me any numbers how many other congressmen feel the same way? >> earlier this year, the wall street journal only cited six of us in the house and i think that number is larger today and i'm hopeful that many of my democratic colleagues will put aside sort of ideology and look at the economics of this. >> stuart: well, pretty strong stuff
minister 70. frederick 66. 58 at mchenry. readings down a little bit. at monterey in west virginia, it is 66 degrees. that's cooler drier air coming in. satellite imaginary from yesterday until now, it is pulling awhich. -- away. it is under hurricane strength right now. here you see the remnant clouds from a cool front that passed through the front. the front has gone through dry, and there is nothing but good air behind us here. the area of high pressure will keep us rain free. mostly sunny, breezey, mild. 70 to 82 the range. on target temperature-wise. 83 on labor day. great conditions. morning lows tomorrow morning, and monday morning we'll be in the low 50's and no rain in the forecast for next week. temperatures rise to close to 90 by next wednesday. >> thank you. well, it is not unusual for fishermen to pull striped bass and crabs out of the potomac, but sharks? a fisherman sade says he pulled -- says he pulled this eight-foot bull shark out of the potomac. he says he caught the mark in st. mary's county some 50 miles upstream from the ocean. some experts say bull sharks are
brown election we know from the events in nernlingsz and virginia and all the elections we had that no such parallel has taken place regardless of how the midterms turn out. we already know that the popularity of the new, new deal simply isn't there in practical octoberive terms, so even if the rosy scenarios don't happen, everybody agrees democrats are going to lose a significant number of seats in the house and senate. how significant, that's for someone else to predict, but that fact in and of itself proves the political climate is different than it needs to be to support the idea we're entering a new, new deal. so, i think the fact that these predictions were so omnipresent says something about why obama and the democrats have so fundamentally overreached. it's because they thought it was true, and they were working on an understanding of the political climate that actually did not track with reality. i think a very good explanation for one of the reasons in the democrats so overreached came from jay cost who does excellent political analysis for real and clear politics. ja
of canada leaving in its wake its churned up beaches along maryland, delaware, and virginia and down into the outer banks. and of course, up around cape cod, too. they will be a little rip tide during the day today. so the high rip risk for dangerous rip currents. other than that, nice weather. pretty quiet. let's look at what's going on outside now. the sun is beginning to show up. we have generally clear skies. 72 at the inner harbor. humidity is down. barometer down but rising. the barometer is so far down because that hurricane is still nearby, relatively speaking. 600 miles away or something like that. temperatures in the yellows. they are right around the coastal areas and in the bay. pull further away, and you go to green. 70's, 60's. and then blue. 59 in frostberg. over the next couple mornings. some of these will be getting down into our area. we just adjusted the temperatures a little bit. annapolis 73. 66 at west minister. still in the 50 adds out west. -- 50's out to the west. here's the cool front. it is moving off shore now, moving all that humid air out and being repla
set my chair up later or tomorrow morning. >> the virginia coastline saw much more. the winds gusted about 35 miles per hour. down in north carolina the outer banks is where earl did some damage. what can we expect this holiday weekend? gary mcgrady is looking at that. >> one of our photographers came back from ocean city and said he found nothing but sunshine, getting a lot better for this holiday weekend. >>> he once sparked a bubonic plague scare, now more tense moments that led to an airport shutting down. >>> two fans start jawing each other at the u.s. open. >>> first a quick check of our friday night rundown. hey, you're with us. might as well stick around another 20 minutes or so right? we're back in one minute. hang tight. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00.  >>> new video tonight of the scientists behind that big scare at miami international airport. 70-year-old thomas butler was released today after being detained by security last night. a suspicious item was found in his luggage after he arrived on a flight from the middle east. before the item w
to the policies we saw in new jersey, virginia last year. i think is going to be a wave election. >> sean: how do you respond to the democrat strategy tack kick which is either to blame bush and say this going to be return of the bush era or the republican party is the party of no? the other mantra they are using. how do you counter that? >> i don't think it will be effective. i think the american people see it for what it is. political noise without substance attached. the realive it is, we stood in the door to try to prevent health care. they bold through the american people. >> sean: they bribed through the american people. technicality. >> but the reality is, republican leadership on the hill has offered time and time again and will continue until they take the majority in november when they can act and put into place these policies that empower small businesses by helping them create jobs by opening up capital and credit markets. by trusting the american people to know better about their health care than the federal government. i think on these issues and you have seen this in the polling, t
of virginia, center of politics. he has this new crystal ball, looking at november 2nd. he says given what we can see at this moment, republicans have a good chance to win the house by picking up as many as 47 seats net, you need 39 in order to have john boehner become the speaker of the house. in the senate republicans have an outside shot of winning full control, that would be plus ten, but are more likely to end up with plus eight or plus nine. is he on target, paul? >> first off, he is a highly respected guy, larry sabato at the uva. not the university of texas, but not a bad school, uva. i can't say he has any ax to grind. i've been telling democrats my strategy is three words. build an arc. it could be category 4, category 5. we should have chad myers tracking the storm that's coming to hit the democrats. don't sit there passively and wait for the storm to hit. build an arc. get out in front of this. put the republicans on trial. many brace the fact that it looks like congress may well switch and say what would the republicans do? privatelyize social security, cut taxes for the rich and
found out is if there is interfaith multi- cultural peace movements not just in northern virginia and washington, d.c., but they are in israel, palestine, jerusalem, no mention of these organizations, why do think that is so? i am jewish but i'm not a billionaire. if you look at the press, all jewish people are all rich. this stereotype goes on with african-americans and lots of different minorities. how do we change these images so that america changes as the images change? >> two points on that. i wanted to speak to two issues. first, the nature of the media is the only cover conflict. moderation and bridge building is not newsworthy. it does not make the news when we get 10,000 people live in chicago at our annual convention. we bring government and all sorts of civic leaders and we talk about how we, as americans, from all different faith backgrounds are working together for justice, are working together against a the kind of extremism. we're working together for peace and security for people in the middle east. it just does not make news. unless there is a conflict, and if yo
and like the gentleman in west virginia. that would be negative. the gentleman in kentucky that is not here visiting, the democrats do not have to pray that it will be 1994 and more because it will be more of the depression we were headed for. was it enough? host: can i ask you, how is the senate race looking in pennsylvania? at the plant to vote? caller: i think the republicans are in for a big surprise. the callers wanted to know why your show lanes towards the democrats. it does not. i think it is buried there. you do not have republicans calling in. i think there are some republicans out there like myself. we have seen what they had done to this country. eight years was enough. host: the financial times says the attention is turning to al mr. obama will turn towards divided government. the parallel is when it did gingrich seized control. his party had been in the minority for the previous four years and over reached. he deprived the government of day today funding. the public blamed the republicans for the shutdown. the president regained the initiative and was reelected one year later.
look at the governor's race in virginia, they look at the governor's race in new jersey, and everybody said chris christie run in new jersey and bob mcdonnell won a big race. you want to talk to the folks who watch political movements in this country, you talk to karl rove or the folks who really watch politics. they will say the biggest election occurred in -- does anybody know? pennsylvania. does anybody know what happened in the pennsylvania in 2009? no, but it was the most important election. you go back and read the comments from some of these guys, they will talk about it because it was the most high- profile election. what happened in pennsylvania in 2009? we had seven or eight judicial races. we elect our judges, which is not a bad idea, by the way, given what went on here in iowa. we elect our judges. but like executive offices, these are not a very expensive campaign to spend $200,000, and like david said, name recognition is everything. people don't know the positions that these people hold. they are how people feel about the democratic party and republican party, and they a
next stop was virginia beach, much easier to get around, the eye of the storm further off. here people have had some time to chart the path of the storm and to take planning measures. people are careful about boarding up and planning. of course, they are use to the strong winds in the winter with the nor'easters. >> we hope they will heed the call and take all precautions. steve, thanks for bringing us the story. we will go back tulater in the hour. now we want to go to rich reichmuth at the fox extreme weather center with the latest on this storm's path. rick, this storm first. then i want to ask but what is next? >> reporter: you bet. earl was such a formidable storm and you can see the cold front moving in. that's what is driving this off towards the east. we have another 8 hours to get through. then we will be done with earl and we will set up for a pretty nice weekend. but very rough conditions across the southeastern area of new england. eastern end of long island is about done with some storm as well. but it continues to pull off to the northeast. and the center's going to be 80
and virginia beaches, the delaware beaches eliminated from them and the surf will be rough and the winds again, on the shore, just substantial. for the rest of us, temperatures up to 82 and a breezy and nice day shaping up. we'll have the forecast coming up. >>> and here's what people will be talking about today. the eye of what was hurricane earl may not have made lawful in maryland, but the impact was felt. coastal towns on the east coast were hardest hit. >> reporter: hurricane earl cleared out friday afternoon and it left behind sunshine and blue skies and shaping up to be a nice holiday weekend accept for dangerous water conditions. at the height of the storm, giant waves slammed into the beach and control boats struggled. there the waves are the biggest we've seen. it's erie. >> reporter: and rip tides prompted the officials to prohibit swimming. well, it's crazy, we've never experienced anything like this. >> reporter: one man was arrested for skinny dipping. >> reporter: there are no serious rescues at all and in fact, for a lot of people, it was like a tourist attraction, drawing the
virginia and maryland saw stronger waves and wind as earl passed. >> it's almost like you're in a sandstorm. >> it's my first hurricane, or somewhat hurricane. i was expecting more wind and more rain, but the waves are pretty ominous. >> sreenivasan: lifeguards watched over swimmers in new jersey, where one person had already drowned and another was missing. on long island, new york, officials said they still expected heavy rain, flooding, and power outages. >> the storm has actually slowed a bit, which you might think is good news, but it means that it may linger over us for longer than we thought, which means more rain. >> sreenivasan: and in massachusetts, governor deval patrick warned against under-rating the storm. >> the public should continue to take precautions-- stay indoors and off the roads during the height of the storm. exercise extreme caution this afternoon when winds pick up. >> sreenivasan: out on the bay state's coast, inmates from the plymouth county jail shoveled and stacked sandbags. nearly 400 out-of-state utility crews were staged and ready. but as earl kept moving, o
virginia tech. a lot of people say they have an easy walk, just not a hard schedule to get undefeated into the national championship. see what happens there. >>> let's turn to tennis for a moment. not just talking about the u.s. open and andy roddick's out. we're once again, you and i, rick, talking about women's fashion. >> yes, we are. yes, we are. the bottom line of all of this is, sharapova is a great tennis player. venus williams is a great tennis player. that's not all we're talking about. there are uniforms, dresses you can describe as risque. when you look at it, the bloomberg business week power 100, venus is at 42. maria sharapova is at 80. she just got a $70 million deal with nike. there she is right there. listen, if they keep winning it's a wonderful story. if not, we talk only about their clothes and, you know, that's not half bad. but these are tennis players. >> what is that? >> by the way -- >> what is that, rick? what is she wearing? >> look, that's for you to -- it's a dress that highlights her fashion sense. she can also serve the ball much faster than you can see
cancelled about 60 different flights, southwest shut down service from virginia to boston and flights into new york laguardia facing delays. jennifer davis is live in cape cod, massachusetts where the weather looks like picture perfect behind you. did earl make a dent? >> hi there, it doesn't get better than this. it's a spectacular day in cape cod, blue skies, a lovely wind about 80 degrees, it's fantastic. no it really no dent at all. it had a little effect here. take a look at the video. we passed by this wedding couple. you think a hurricane passing by isn't great for a wedding, it didn't affect them at all. they had a rehearsal outside in a tent and even though it rained it didn't cause any problems. it gives you a sense that people here just kept going about their business. >> gregg: good for jonathan and amanda. were businesses hurt by this and bouncing back? >> no question the biggest effect was to the businesses because there is really no damage to speak of except for them. for example, if you take a look behind me, this is just a little bit down from chat up. typically they
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